Blueprint LSAT Prep Releases First Book: The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games. Law School Expert readers receive discount!
If you want to go to law school, a great LSAT score is the cornerstone of a successful application. Unfortunately, the exam is difficult, particularly the Logic Games section, which tests your ability to read critically, order data, and draw deductions.
Enter The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games — a 565-page deluge of study guide awesome sauce. If Logic Games are steamed broccoli, the book is a canister of cheese topping that renders it palatable and delicious.
The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games breaks down 35 real Logic Games released by Law Services. Readers are taught how to use “Blueprint Building Blocks,” a comprehensive method that demonstrates how to classify games, diagram them, and answer questions as efficiently and accurately as possible.
Each book also comes with a free Blueprint LSAT Prep account. This allows readers a year of video access so they can watch fully-animated HD video explanations for every game in the book. The videos are the same as those used in Blueprint’s online LSAT prep course and feature Blueprint co-founder and author of the Blueprint Logic Games curriculum, Matt Riley.
Many students find Logic Games to be the most intimidating section of the LSAT. However, The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games takes the guesswork out of this difficult portion of the exam.
The Blueprint for LSAT Log Games is available now through June 1st for the introductory price of $49.99. Now go out and devour some Logic Games.
Readers of Law School Expert receive an additional $10 discount off the book through March 31st. Just use code EXPERT10 during the checkout process.
Ann Levine is the author of the best selling law school admission guide book: The Law School Admission Game and made admissions decisions at two ABA-approved law schools. In 2004 she founded Law School Expert and has helped thousands of applicants navigate the tough process to get into law school.
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